Making a Home in the High Desert – Wall Art


Frame Options Blonde Maple, Espesso Walnut, Flat Black
Sizes Available 4×6″, 8×12″, 12×18″, 16×24″


A stone’s throw from the hub of the John Day Fossil Beds in Eastern
Oregon is an historic homestead which has a funny name: James Cant
Poor James. Perhaps it just wasn’t his calling.
The ranch isn’t much to see – a genteel building nested in an apple
orchard by a babbling river – but when we stopped by to get a fresh
angle on Sheep Rock, we discovered a thriving riverside ecosystem, with
Western Fence Lizards, garter snakes and evidence that the local robins,
perhaps unlike poor James, were making a thriving home of the place.
We don’t know whether the nest was too scrappy for us to recognize or
if the egg had been abandoned, but Joe knew immediately that it was a
beautiful shot. Framed in rich browns and offset by the green-blue sky
of June in Oregon, this photo encapsulates the all the hurry and hope of
spring in the high desert.

Additional information


4×6, 8×12, 12×16, 16×24


None, Espesso Walnut, Flat Black, Blonde Maple


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